Skip to comments.Why Does the NY Times Waste Space on the Likes of Dash Snow?
Posted on 07/28/2009 8:12:53 AM PDT by EricTheRed_VocalMinority
Quote of the dayOn Dash Snow, 27-year-old rebel/artist who was found dead in a hotel in the East Village a couple weeks ago [h/t Ann Althouse]:
Dash Snow was, in no particular order, a jokester, a jailbird, a thief, a freak, a successful art-brut savage, a doting father, a connoisseur of various cocaine bathrooms, a retired writer of graffiti and the latest incarnation of that timeless New York species, the downtown Baudelaire. New York Times, July 24, 2009
Yes, you read that right: a doting father. Such a doting father that he was never even married to the mother of the poor 2 year-old, whom they namedGod help herSecret.
Oh, and this is from the same article:
For such a feral presence, though, Snow understood how to turn criticism into opportunity. New York Magazine derided him for making art by ejaculating
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OK, check please. Gee whiz, and we wonder why there is such a disconnect from reality when these guys attract more kudos or positive attention from the media elites than soldiers who give their lives for their country or Gov. Palin...
As little as I mourn for this talentless poseur, I have to admit that “Downtown Baudelaire” would make a great Freeper handle.